Apartamenty Tww Zakopane

14 Makuszynskiego St., Zakopane, 34-500, Poland
Apartamenty Tww Zakopane
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What is the most convinient and cheapest way to get to Budapest from Zakopane ?

by VMarjanski

Dear Vtiers,

What is the fastest way to get to Budapest from Zakopane ? Maybe it is not bad idea to travel through Poprad. I heard that there is 4 buses that travels from Zakopane to Poprad during the summer. We would start from Zakopane early in the morning, in order to come to Budapest not to late.

Thanks,
Vladimir

Re: What is the most convinient and cheapest way to get to Budapest from Zakopane ?

by henrykkanada

Zakopane-Poprad bus:
http://www.itisnet.com/english/e-ce/e-poland/e-zak/e-t-zak.htm
Zakopane-Lysa Polana private buses (see Morskie Oko buses):
http://www.angelfire.com/jazz/mlawa/busy/zakopane.htm
Slovak buses and trains (does not show Zakopane bus)
http://idos.datis.cdrail.cz/JRCis.asp?tt=c&cl=E5
Use for Lysa Polana to Bratislava buses, and Bratislava to Budapest train.

Re: What is the most convinient and cheapest way to get to Budapest from Zakopane ?

by VMarjanski

Thanks a lot.

Very useful answer !!!

Travel Tips for Zakopane

Gotta try the cheese

by acemj

All along Krupowki Street, you'll see people selling cheese. I didn't even know what it was when I first saw it and when I asked the seller what it was, she didn't speak any English. I thought it was something sweet, maybe a cookie or something and finally I asked a passerby who spoke a little English and he laughed at me and told me it was cheese. He recommended a try the smoked sheep's milk cheese called oscypki, which is the most traditional here in Zakopane. It was good and combined with some beer, would make a great and cheap lunch.

From Rusinowa Polana to Gesia Szyja

by zaffaran

When you get bored with sitting at Rusinowa Polana you may go up the grassy slope to the top of the hill. Gesia Szyja in Polish means "Goose Neck) so be prepared for easy but tiring and boring walk up the steep hill. But I'm sure you'll find the views rewarding!

Main Street

by acemj

Krupowki Street is Zakopane's main pedestrian thoroughfare and makes for a great stroll. If you break your leg and can't go hiking or skiing in the mountains, you'll still have plenty to do on Krupowki. On one end you have the market and the cable car to Mount Gubalowka. Coming uphill (very slighly uphill), you'll pass by the parish church, the Tatra Museum, shops, restaurants, bars and always, lots of people. The full length of the pedestrianized street is only about 800 meters, but you could probably spend a few days eating at the restaurants and shopping around here.

My Photos Around Zakopane...

by coceng

Zakopane is a beautiful hilly town just below The Tatras.
It is the most famous mountain resort in Poland where the locals & even tourists like to go to do many activities especially during winter & summer.
You have to start exploring Zakopane from a teendy mall called Krupowki; There are lines of restaurants, souvenir stalls along the street...Quiet lively !
Photo shows the surrounding area near the mall.

Hiking in the mountains 4

by zaffaran

Once you get to Morskie Oko, you can go to Dolina Pieciu Stawow Polskich via Swistowka or Szpiglasowa Przelecz (a bit more difficult than via Swistowka) . If you don't want to leave this valley just go to Czarny Staw. You go around Morskie Oko and on the other bank of it go up the slope along the marked route (it's a part of the marked route to Rysy, the highest peak of Poland). From the mountain hut you will need not more than 2 hrs there and back.

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